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THE DAILY ' CAIRO BULLETIN.
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TlIHPiTrtBV I n,mAilu I . I t
mmmfm I I -i i.vrtu. i Jlf-UICAL.
of tlin leading lmnlneM borne wtnwe adtertlne
menu may be fonud In Thi Bi'U.etin .
C. O. Putlor t Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
. I). WllllaniKou & Co.
Yoeiim Hroderlck, Wwh. Ave., cor. Eolith.
Denulu & O'Loiijjulin, Poplar, cor Tweutietli.
Dr. J. II. Mrcan; office, IK) Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. ('. Jim'lyn, Eighth aiir Commercial.
Dr. K. W. W'ultloclt, l ib ConimercUl aveuue.
Ho!)t. Smyth, No. IWOI1I0 levee.
Jl. II. C.mdee. So. 7'lOulo levee (no tairn).
Knuiulite Life., of New York, corner Twellta and
Wanliinijton avenue. .
Widows and Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue,
r I)HVH;ISTS-W110LKSALE AND ItETAII..
Ceo. R O'lliua, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alnmd-r County Kauk, '.li and Commercial.
I'ity Nitlonul, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three State
J.jhn Sproat, corner Twelfth and Levee.
B.C. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
G ENEKAL DEI.IVEKV open .:) a. ra.; doeea
f :.H) p in. ; Suudny: to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; closei
a(Thri"'h Exprei Malln via Illlnol Central and
y ini-ii-Hippi Ou'.ral Railroad clone at U ?
Cairo aud Poplar Biutl Through and Way Mail
CVi-e at lj:')'M. Hi. , ,. , , ,.,
War Mall m I'.iinolK Central. Cairo and In
cenm: and Mi.iuni Central B-iliroads clone at
Way Mil! Lr Narrow Gauze Railroad clocei at 8
Va'iroand F.vanvl)ie Klver Route elosti at 6:30
p m. ua:iy (except Friday).
Mayor-N. B, Thi'tlewood.
Trvanurrr Edward Deiouia.
Clerk Denui. J. Foley.
Coannelur Wm. B. Gilbert.
KORD or AI.DEKIIIK.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. K. ood-
TUl'rd Ward-VT. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Chsrle O. Pati. r. Jamea kynaston
Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday, Eruei-t li. I'etlit.
Circuit J;idi-D. ' Baker.
Circuit Cletk-J. A. Heme.
Countv Judk'e K. S. Yocurn.
Countv Clerk (v J. Humm.
Count v Attiirnny W. C. MuU'?.
County Treanur-r Mil.- W Parker.
Sheriti John H.tJtfe.
County omml--iDer-T. . Ilalllday, J A.
1!. (lilibc. Samuel Briley.
"i IKICN M. E. -Fourteenth ctreet. between
i Walnut and Cedar utreetn: enire ftattbatn 11
a. m and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday School 1:9) p. m.
n ri ..i. ........ t. .... miu.tinr
bath 10:) p. m.; preachlni; occasionally.
mirUCH (F THE KEDEEMEB (Episcopal)
J Fouru-eutU itre.-t; Sunday Morning praeri
ID W a. m.; evening prayer. T:30 p. m.: Sunday
(chooi 9 :) m. Friday eveum prayer . : p. iu.
MIUST MISSIONARY BA1TIST ClirP.CII
r Pr.-chini at li)::) a. m.. 3 p. ra.. and T:) j. m.
habliath achool at 7:: i- in. Kev. T. J. Shore?,
ILTHERAN-Thirt'-enth afreet: jervicn Sab
j bath 1:30 a.m.; Sunday echooli p. m. Kev.
METHODIST-Cnr. Eli-tith and Walnnt ctree'o;
Presenilis: S iMm'h l'): V a. in. and T p. m.;
prtver meetlua. Weilne.day T::i") p. m.; Sunday
bch'ool. t a. in. Her. W'hittakcr, pustor.
IRESBYTKI:IAN Eighth atreet: prcachlne on
Sabbath at ll:OD a. m. and T::Vp. m.; prayer
meetlui: Weiiuendav a 7:p. m.; Sunday School
at i p. m. liev. 11. Y. Vieorge, pactor.
OECOND KKEIVII,L BAPTIST Fifteetth
O tn'et. between Mi. nut and Cedar olreet; er-
Ticea Sabbath at :i mru 7: io p. m
OT. JOSEPH'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Croc
and Walnut trevt; ervice Ss'ibath l():.')0a.
m. : Sunday Si boil at i p. m. ; Veper ;) p. m. ; er
Tice every day a: S p. ni.
ST. PATRICK"S-h Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
Htreet and WaKhlugton avenue; arrvtce Sab
nasb i and 10 a. m. ; Yeapew 1 p. m. ; Sunday Schmil
Z p. m. ; jervif' every day at S p. ni. Rev. F. Zithel,
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
on old nues ; f"r medical or other compouud. trade
mark and label. Caveat. A1nment. Inter
f.'rencea, Appeal. Suit fur Iufrinuemeut, and
all cane arinlni? under the Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have be, u
t L1 T Vt ,rT V I 'y ,hl' l'ont Office may tlil,
XVEif) SAj ITjI' n mot cae. be patented by
u. Belni? opposite the V. S. Patent Department,
and encaged In Patent bnatne exclulvely, we can
make, closer aearche. and secure Patent more
promptly, ml with broader claim, than those who
are remote from Washington.
1 VVIPVTmi "'ni' ntodel or sketch of
lil Tii lUJVOyour device; we make ex
amination and advise a to patentability, free o(
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Price low, and no charge unless Patent i-eciirud.
We refer In Washington, to lion Postmaster
Uenerul D. M. Key. Rev. K. D. Power. Tho Herman
American National Bank, to officials in the U. S.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Representatives
In Congress: and especially to onr clients In every
State lu the Union and in Canada, Addreia
O. A. SNOW & CO..
Opposite Patent omen. Washington D. C
MILL AND COMMISSION,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
' Highest Catrii Price Paid for Wheat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. Ii.
I, U "Mi MM?
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Kuuninp; Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Makluyr DI
RECT COXXKCTION with
TllAlX I.EAB Caiiw:
:i;Di)a m. Mail.
Arriving In St. I.011! 9:1. a.m.: Chicago. 8 :!W p.m.;
Conueetlna at Odin and Effingham for Olucin
null, I.buivllle, Iudiauapollf and jx.luie Kast.
t'ounectin'i at bt. Louia for U point West,
ji.tn. I-'ust Kxprfss.
KurSt. Lonl ami Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:ljp.m., and Chicago 7 a m.
.'J:'-JO p.m. (.'iiiciiin:iti Kxprosw.
Arriving at Clneinnafl T:i: i n.; I.onisville T:iO
a m.: Indianupolls 4:i) a.m. j'assenger lv
this train reach the ahove points 1"J to ;iJ
JIoL'KS 'u advance of any other route.
Fast Time Kas-t.
I,ifllf''l, hy (to'hrough to Kst.
1 tt.Tl. U,v. I r ,.rn points without any delay
caused by Sunda Jiutervenlnz. The hatiirday after
noon tram from Cain nrrlve in new York Mondar
morning at lo::;-,. Ttiirty eii houra iu advance of
any other route.
ftfTor through ticket and farther lnformutlon,
apply at Illinois Centra! ituliroud Deprit. Cairo.
TUAINS Alil'.IVE AT CAMIO.
Kxpre ...: ?: p ni.
Aeroinmoiiatio.'i ',:.") p m.
Mail 4.'.') a.m.
JAs. -.JOIINMA. J. II JONES.
'U. Coiithern Agent. Ticki-t Aget.t.
W. I. JOHNhON.Ueu. IapctgT Agent.
CAIRO A- ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. "W. SMlTItKIiS. Ilooeiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE RETTEX
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Time r3 hf-dulo:
Ihrongh Eipre leave Cairo S:4'a m.
Through Kxpre. arrive at K. ftt Louia.. 5:iip.m.
Through tipref leave K. M. Lou!.... :i)a.m.
Through Eipre arrives at Cairo 5:p)p.m.
Murphyhoroacommodatlonleave Cairo 1 :M p.m.
Ma'pbylioro Acc. arrivej.at Murph;'horo T :.') p m.
Murphyahorq Acc. leave Mur)hy-lioro. .. 5:i a.m.
M.irphvl)oro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 : Ua.m.
The Cairo 4 St. Loui Kail Hoad I the only all
Rail Koute between Cairo and St. Loul under one
managHnienf. therefore there ar" no delay at
way station awaiting connection from other'line.
CIo-and ur cnunecfion at St. Loui with other
line fur North. East and Vet.
J. A. NAl'GLE.
QIIIO ct MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIML TAHI.E OK PASSKNOKK TItAINS HiO.M
vi.nck.nnks (.Nov. :;i, lfT'J.)
EAST A III).
No. 'i Day Expn- Exeepi Minlayl
tt Epn-e 1 Exr. pt suudav)
" 4 Niitit Espre (I)iiilv)".
. 1 : :o p. m.
. 1 p. 1:1.
. B::l3 a. m.
. g:"iO p. m.
. 1 ::."i a. in.
No. 5 Expre I'Except sumlay)
' 1 luv Kxpre-1 Kxc'-pt siiii'iav).
" 3 Niiht Express (U:ii, v)
J. H. C'l.AHK. C. S. Cone. .111..
Aaent Vinennes. (i.'n. Tn'ket A j'l Cincinnati
T. LOUIS, I. M. cfc S. R'y
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Cairo Time Tabli-.
Texas Expres i Dally M p. ni
Connect at Charicpfou for Coiumlni.
Texa Expre1- rDaliy) a. m.
Accommodation Daily) ?::) p. 111,
Office and l'aengT Depot No. M Ohio Levt-e.
,t. C. ZIMMEK. Agent.
I). Axtei.l. Division Suneriutendent.
H:iiuhurg; American Pucliet Company
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New" York every Thursday at .' P. M.
Foil ENGLAND, FKANCE AND GEUMANY.
Ticket to and from Europe ut lowest rati". For
passage upply to C. H. hit IIA1ID A CO.. (ienerai
t'lissi'iig. r Agi'iit. id Broadway. New York, or to
II WELLS. Cairo, Ills.
'CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iSi STATES.
On andafter Monday, June the boat will make
the following trip:
A J-"Nt, ""J K'l 1, . i
t.EAVES LHAVt HAVE
Foot Fourth t. Missouri L:ind'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
H a. m. S:H0 a. m. a. ra.
in a. m. lt)::ii) a. m. 11 a.m.
'2 p. m. iM p. m. :) p. m.
1 p. m. 4:3o p.m. 5 p. m.
I p. m. i:W p.m. 3 p. m
WOOD AND COAL
C. AV. WHEELER,
Dealer In all kind of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG MUDDY COAL
VOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washlug-toa and
IU 11)11 TT T IVATfl ftT IT fl f irVTIlTTrr . -r.nrr . .
ILiLliMUa, Ol'AUAI JlVUMiMr, Al'KLIi h, llibU
IS YOUIt BLOOD PUKE!
Now thl I an Important auotlon. for without
;mre and wholesome blood there cau he no per-
ieci ucauu, uuu wiinoui
IfeUamere burden and wafo. For Impure
blood the beet medicine, known la
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It I the great Southern time tried and true rem
dy, and may be Implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAIL)?.
Take It in the Spring time, especially for im
pure accretion nf the hlood incident t thai
peasouof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
for Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complain!, Weak
:iev llolls, Tumor, Swellings, and the thuu--and
ill that come from Impure hlood.
JOHN P. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
I) BARCLAY BROS.. Wholesale Agent.
I. 1 C.
U art absolute anil Irresiituhle cure for
eunes. Intemperunca and the use of opium, to
bacco, narcntic. and stimulauts, removing ail
ta.te. de-ire and hahit of using anv of them,
rendering the tule or di-sire for all of th-m per
fectly odious and disgusting. Giving evrv one
perfect and Irreslstllile control of the sobriety
of thcm-i'lvc or their friends,
It prevent that absolute physical and moral
prostration that lollo.v the siid.h n breaking on"
from usiug stininlants or uircotic.
I'a'-kage. prepaid, to cure 1 to 5 pertens, $1, or
at tour druggist. $1.T."j pc-r bottle.
Temperance societies should recommend It.
It i- pejfeclly harmless and never falling.
Hop (Utters iUi. Co.. Rochester, N.Y.Sole Agts
Hop rough Cure destroy all pain, loosens
the cough, unlets the n.Tvcs, produces rest, and
never tails to cure.
The Hop Pud for Stomach. Liver and Kid
neys, I superior to all others. Cures by ab
sorption. It is perfect-ask druggist.
The Hop Bitter Mfg. Co.. of Rochester. N,
Y. only prepare these remedies; also the Hop
Bitter' which ure In 110 ensea beverage or in
toxicant, but the purest and best Medicine ever
made, making more cure than all other reme
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Dnilv Bulletin.
By Carrier, Qoc r?r Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
BIO Per Year, 810
If paM yearly or Svir.i-Ycarly
The Weekly Bulletin.
j A 48 Column S Page Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
To C'LUIis of FIVE or MORE,
f 1.50 per Year.
The Bulletin Bixdkry
BLANK BOOK WOHK
Of all Kindf?.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All ICinds of Job Work
Estimates farmsheJ ani orders from
abroml promptly attended to.
Two-Shoot, Full Shoot, Half Shoot,
uml Quarter Sheet rosters ami
rrotrraniuiM, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, B11U Lading, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Yeddln? Invitations, Book Work
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
OnJv tho BEST STOCK in
the Market Used.
AJJreau all Comtuutiicationj to E. A.
BURISETT, Cairo, Illiuok
rpiIE I'OWEK OF ARF!ESTIN(J DISEASES
X displayed by thin preparation N honorably ac
knowU'dijud by tlm Medical Faculty in every tx
tloii uli-r It ban been introduced; and the lut'O
sale in tho best tcimranteu of the estimation in
which It la held by thu public. Till Syrup will
cure I'uhnonary Consumption lu tho first and nec
ond stii'es-w ill ifivo i?r-at relief anil iprolonu life In
thetliiril It w ill cara Anthnia.Ilronchltls.LarynsltU.
and ( oujrlis. It will euro all dlsensei orl'lnatinu
fri.'ni waut of tnuculot action and norvoua force.
l-or thu effect produced by
FELLOW'S COMPOUND SYRCl OF
In Diseases of the I.uiies. thu Inventor is permitted
to refer to the Medical (ientlemen of St. John N.
II., who'c fi;iiaturce are attached hereto.
EDWIN BAYAKD. M j)
THOMAS WALK Ell, M 1)
.I0I1N BEKK.MAX, M I), El)
DltJUIISSToNK. m c s, hu
(KultiiK KKATOIl. M U
W II HAI'DIMi. m lie s
.1 D WHITE. M I)
I. A anis Amvari, Mayor or the tltv of St. John.
In the I'roviuce ot New BruuHwIrk.havi'nxexiiniued
tlicsinatiin tiattatched to the foregoing permit of
reference, hereby certifr that I beliaTe them all
genuine. I canii!sotetifvto the hL'h therapeutical
value of FelluwV Compound Syrup of Hvpojiho.
phitea, and consider it deserving of attention by
the profession generally.
5 5 In testimony whereof, I have hereon-
I (ireat I to set my hand and affixed my Seal of
Seal J Mayorality.it thi-City of St. John, thin
-'sixth day February, in tho year of our
Lord one thou-aud eiht hundred and slxty-eiijht.
Sold by all Drunusts.
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
Dn Ti.tt liA BiiiTf.ert
I in comhluini? lu thesn
IT HE hiCK IIEADACIJ
idlirt the heretofuri &n.
hajonlstic oualiti.c of a
Their firnl HtitiHrntit if.
lect la to Increase the an
neuie ny causinz trie
bod to properly assiml.
;ate. 1 hu the svittem ia
Flourished, unit In- tln.tr
onio action ou thudles
live orpins, regular and
Healthy evacuations are
The ranlditv with
which tho peri"6n tako
IT RE FEYElUudAnu
m llesn while under the
ullileuceof theso pilln.
CTHE niLiors C.I.IC
no cate the r aiiniun
bilitv to nourish the bod
.". benre their elttriti'v tn
uriuir nervous debility,
.vaatinx of the muscles
luifulshness of the liver,
nipartine health and
Cure KIDNEY Complain
treii'th to the system
&3 Miirra7 Street,
iVIiS TOIU'II) LIYE1
$l JAW F.EK in your own town, and
. koi'lul risked. You can p.ve i
III I IU"1"'I' trial without expen
W 1'hebest opportunltvever oilered
those wllliuu to work. You ho
try tioihinir else till you see for yo
. f i, I..I l ml .uh .Ia ... ,t... 1 I ... .r . "
A WF.EK in your own town, and no
( f n Lrt J on can do at the business we ollvr. No
t...n, ... v..1 .. I 1...... I .... j . .,
t iu v ..,itniu m re. i ou can aevo.o ail yur
nun- or ipu.j jour spare iimo to tne liusiness. and
tiiuke i;reat pay (or -very hour that you work
Women make as much as men. Send for special
i inn..-i riii-;uici jMinuuiars, which wo mail tree.
$j oitltlt free. Don't complain of hard times while
ii u i.v pui u ii in iuic. AlllUOoS 11. 11A1.L1.1 1 .
CO.. Portland. Maine.
ACfTB OR CHKOMC
.Mimiifactured ouly tinder tho above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PAIIIS AND LEIPZKi.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanetit curu
Buarnu'eed . Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted PhyHli latis of Europe and America. becotulii il
Staple. Harmless and Unliable P.emedv ou both
continent. The htuhest Medical Academy of
Pans ronorts lir cures out of PHI ensua within three
days, Secret-The only dlssolverof the poisonous
L r C Ac Id which exists lu the II noil of liheiimatlr
and tfoiity Patients. $1 box; ti boxes for $,V
Sent to anv udi'ress on receliit of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold bv all Driitfirlst. Address
WASH HU UN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot tM'I Itroadway. N, V.
For Sale bv DAHCLAY BHUS.. and Druiulstl
HOPE FOll THE DEAF
Qahmoiik's Autificial Eak Dkcms
pkiifkctly hestokktiie iieakisli and
perform the work of the Natur.il Drum. Always In
position, HIT INVISIIII.K TO OTIIEKS. All
conversation and even wlilsnot'S hi'ard dlstlnctlv.
Wo refer to those tisltiu IhiMii. Send for descriptive
cliTiilar, (JAKMOKB KAK DIU'M CO, CINCIN
i-4 TOJU'KHi A YEAR, or $1 to
'I V I If r' ''"ylu your own locality
i I II I No risk Women do us well
I I r I as tuon, Many make mom
w v v than tho amount statud
above. No one ran fall to
make money fust. Anv oue can do the work, You
cau m like from Mc to 'i au hour by devoting your
evenlnus and spare time to the business. It costs
tiothlliK to try tho business. Notlilnif like It for
miitiuy inaklnir ovoroll'ered before. Husluess pleas.
Hi and strictly honorable. Heailer, If you want to
know all about thu host payluu business before thu
public., send us your address anil wo w ill seed you
full particulars and private terms free samples
worthy also free; you rati then make tip your
mind for yourself. Addrets UtOHUK bTINaoN
SEEKS THE TRIPOD
AND VENTILATES HIS PECtJLIAU FITNESS TO
OCCUPY IT-SOMETIIINO IS THE MIRTH
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
Mt Deep. Sur: Heariu a rumor that if
the bizness boom contiaucrl, you would
need aa 'distant Wmeby, I thot Td'apply in
time for the sittyattioa and give, you a
Bpeciiuen of my ability to occupy the edi
tur's cheer ia the absense of the principal.
I've practiced setin in a cheer some, and if
its a roomy one I rather like it. JUybe its
because I used to like to set on a log by the
creek fishing, when wiser boys were at
school leuniiu their lessons. I a:u not am
bitious to "out billings" "Josh," in spelliu,
but I do think that editurs and specially
'bistantediturs ort to be 'lowed to cut
Bpellin short as possible to wake theirselvcs
understood, cause they have so much of it
As to pollytics I'm strong ain the Grant
boom, and nearly as strong agin Tilden,
but if there was no other choice than them
too, I'd try old Sam Tilden one whack of
fure years. I would rather sec each state
send together three or a half dozen of its
best, honestest, intelligcntist, wisest, good
est old tanners, to "draw straws," which
should serve a3 president of the republic.
This would satisfy poplar suffrage, and
head off desinin pollytishners. Polittycal
parties would be nipped in their
early infancy, and every president would
construct his. own platform. and
stand or full accordin to the strength of hit
As to litteratoor, I've red Ancient his
tory, Home, Greece, Egypt, Moses and the
Jews, England, parts of Russia, France,
Germany, and have a fair newspaper idea
As to personal acquirements I was druv
thro' the spelliu book, Smith's 'rithmetic,
history of these United States, Smith's
grammer, and through a latin grammer,
and when I was sot to translate two pages
of Cicero and two of Vergill per week I
gist rebelled, threw up my commission, and
jined a printin oflis and' learned to. set type.
You see my prospective eddycation wos
spiled by introducin the latin. If that had
a been left out, I might have distinguished
myself in some littyrary branch, of physics
or freenology, or biology or mettyfizical in
quizology, or dynamic Statology, or proto
plastic gum drop theory of evolution or,
alas, as my good old daddy used to say,
'he would have to edcate buddy," mcauin
me, "to bring him up on a par with the rest
of the family."
I take pride and pleasure in eulogging
departed congressmen and specially them
as has not done much for theirselves and a
great deal tor their country and fellow citi
zens. As to Marriage hf.ijuiems, and funeral
music, I claim to select the best. Modesty
forbids me to tell all I don't know, so
hope you will favorably consider my mycro
scopical versatility as a nter, and reserve
''sit" for me when the boom rises liig
AN OI'KN I.ETTLll. IT PPKAKS FOR ITSELF.
West Townshend, Yt. Mr. Kditor: Hav
ing read iu your paper reports of the re
markable cures of catarrh, I am induced
to tell "what 1 know about catarrh." nml I
tancy the "snuff" and ''inhailing-tube"
. i . ... j . . in i . "...
manors (.mere uouar grabwrs) would lie
irlail if thev Could emblazon n similar
cure in the papers. For SO years I suffered
wun catarrn. i ne nasal passage became
completely closed. "Nmtl," "dust," "ash
es. "mlmilinsr-tubes. ' and "sticks."
woukln t work, tlioueh. at lutervak I would
sniit up the so-called catarrh siiutl, until 1
became a valuable tester for such modi
cines. I L'raduallv "few worse, nnd nn onn
can Know now mucu i suiiereu or what a
miserable being I was. My head ached
over my eyes so that I was confined to my
bed lor many successive days, suffering
the most intense nain. which nt ono timn
lasted continoiiesly tor 108 hours. All
sense ot smell and taste gone, sight and
hear-in'' imnared. body shrunken nn'o wmik.
ened, nervous system shattered, and consti
tution nroKcn, ami l was hawing and split
ting seven-ei'diths of the time. I nru-eil
tor (tentii to relieve me oi my suiiermg. A
favorable notice in your paper of Dr. Safe's
i:.i l. i i
1' 1 .1. . I ' . . . .M .
v null i ii iieineuy iimui.i:ii me iu juircilUSC a
Daekauc. aud use it with Dr. Pierce's Nnsul
Douche,, which applies the remedy by
hydrostatic preusure, tne only way com
lintihle with i:onitnon-sensi. WVII Mr
Editor, it did not cure me in three-fourths
oi a secoiui, nor iu one nnuror month, but
in less than eiirht minutes I was relieved.
and in three months entirely cured, and
have remaiueil so tor over sixteen months.
Wliilo nsinir tlio fiitnrrli Hi'inoilv. f naml
n j , mv..
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery to
purily my hlood and strenithen my stom
ach. I also kept my liver active and
bowels roo-ular bv tho use of his Plr-nsnnr
Purgative Pellels. If my experience will
induce other sufferers to seek the samo
menii.4 of relief, this letter will hnvn nn.
Bwercd its purpose. Yours truly.
H. II, UKMICK.
TllK l-'LOItENCF. NlOHTINOALE OF THE
Vl'iiMi.'t) v Tlm i'lillna'inir la nn nvtrunf
..va"a.ai . "i. . w ....... ... u.. v....i.v.
from a letter written to the German Reform
Messenger, at Chambcrsburgh, Penn.:.
.TiiHt nnen thu door for lior. nnd Mr.
Winslow will provo the American Florence
Nightingale of tho Nursery. Ot this wo
......,,.... Ilml ...ill ..!, lid ,.,..!
to av, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
1 i ...... f ..... 1 it
helping iter to survivo ami oscapo mo grip-
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mg, ciuicKinu;, ami teeunng siege, airs.
Wiuslow'i Soothing Syrup relieves the
NEW SERIES-NO. 213.
child from paiu, and cures dysentery and
diarrhoea. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carriet
tho infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what it prtv
fesscs to perform, every part of it nothing
lcs3. We have never seen Mrs. Wiuslow
know her only through the preparation ot
her "Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing." If we had tho power we would make
her, as she is, a physical saviour to the in
fant race. Sold by all druggists; 23 cents
Buows'u Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo.
in every family. A toaspoonful of tho Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a battle.
Much SrcK.vEss, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms.. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to bo abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-rive cents a box.
, Maxv clergymen who were obliged to
withdraw from the pulpit on account ot
"Clergyman's Sore Throat," have recovered
by using Fellows' Syrup of Hypophos
phites and are preaching agaiii. This
preparation seems peculiarly aud wonder
fully adapted to diseases of the breathing
Pkofit, fl,200. "To sum it up, nix
long years of bed-ridden sickness, cestmg
$200 per year, total if 1,200 -all of this ex
pense was stopped by three bottles of Hop
Bitters, taken by my wife. She has done
her own housework for a year since, with
out the loss of a day, and I want everybody
to know it, for their benefit. N. E. Farmer.
"An Old Physician s Advice." Coughs
colds, asthma and other pulmonary affec
tions should be looked to and promptly
treated in time and thus all serious results
may be avoided, and for this purpose we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swaync's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." The first dose gives relief, aud it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 2."5 cent bottle and
be convinced, and you will thus voiJ a
doctor's bill, aud most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 23 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles $.". The largo size is tho
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swaync
Sou, 3110 North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon SO days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
WeATIIEII PlWBAniLITIES. Cold, with
high winds and rain. Exposure to this
weatherjs sure to produce colds and kin
dred diseases; and the best remedy we
know of is Hall's Balsam, for the lungs.
Always keep it in the house, nnd you wllf
be on the safe side.
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia cures
neuralgia,, face ache, rheumatism, gout,
frosted feet, chilblains, sore throat, erysipe-
1)1.4. limiting, nnil U'nmiild nf mrnfir nnliiM tn
. . - ' v V . V. I J U41UID IU
man or animal. The remarkble cures this
remedy has affected classes it as one of the
most important and valuable remedies ever
disc overed for the cure and relief ot pain.
In July last I fell and hurt my back;
tried everything without relief until I used .
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia, which
cured me. Thomas Gilbert, Eastchester,
New York. Giles' Pills cures liver com
plaint. Fhom IIox. Asdkew Cornwall, cx
member of legislature. New York state,
Alexandria Bay, January 3d, 180. II. H.
Wurner fc Co: Gents: I have been ,
troubled with kidney difficulty for the last
three years, and in October last had a very
severe attack. I then commenced taking
your Safe Ividnoy ami Liver Cure, and ob
tained relief at once. I have used 'two bot
tles and feci as well as ever, and I shall al
ways keep a supply of Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure in die house. Yours
truly, A. Cornwall.
Why don't you try Carter's Little Liver
Pills? Thev are a nositive cure for sink
headache, and all the ills nroilneed bv rtix.
at the planters' house.
William Camron. Chicago: John Shields.
Vincennes; L. S. Landers, Chicago; Miles
Harttain, Eico; Collins Gcrr. N. : J.N.
Miller, Rochester, Mich.; O.Miller, Roch
estoo, Mich.; G. W. Warren, B. It. Fulls,
Wis.; W.T. Scott. Texas; M. P. Justlev
and two children, Goose Island; D. L.
Sanders, Stmthlaud, ICy.; Thos. J. Gardner.
Tiptonvillc, Teun.; E. A. Gardner, Tipton-
villc, Tenn.; W. 0. Kay, Clinton, Ky.; T.
C.Allen, Nashville, Tenn.; E. Soars, St.
Louis; II. C. Boughen, St. Louis; E. E.
Nauglc, Joncsboro; H. E. Wagsronr. N. O.:
C. P. Cotes; Tiptonville, Tenn.: S. Smith.
Carbondale; J. W. Blassingamo, Bcbuont,
Mo.; Ii. C. Garrett. St. Louis: Mrs. ,
Williams, Jackson, Tenn.; J. C. Garrett,
St. Louis; Joel Meparty and wife, Biozen,
Ivy.; Mrs. II. EdufV Biozen. Ky.; CL
G. Ackersou, Desoto,! .-o."